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Influence de l'aneuploïdie sur la différenciation protéique au cours du développement embryonnaire de l'UrodèlePleurodeles waltlii Michah

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No qualitative differences have been found between the electrophoretic protein patterns observed in normal and in aneuploid embryos (♀ 3n × ♂ 2n). The overall amount of extractable protein increases, however, less rapidly in aneuploid than in normal embryos.

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Denis, H., Gasser, F. Influence de l'aneuploïdie sur la différenciation protéique au cours du développement embryonnaire de l'UrodèlePleurodeles waltlii Michah. Experientia 19, 253–254 (1963). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02151365

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